We visit with Aaron Rezny and Jordan Schaps, co-authors of the newly published "Eating Delancey." The book celebrates the delis and restaurants of the Lower East Side - including Sammy's Roumanian Steakhouse, Russ & Daughters, Katz's Delicatessen, Yonah Shimmel Knish Bakery, and Ratner's - and the classic food they're known for, through photographs, recipes, profiles, and personal reminiscences from celebrities ranging from Joan Rivers to Itzhak Perlman, Donna Karan to Jerry... Topics: Eating Delancey, Jewish food, Aaron Rezny, Jordan Schaps, Jewish eateries
Jeffrey Yoskowitz, one of the founders of The Gefilteria, speaks with us about their new take on gefilte fish, beet kvass cocktails, Passover, and Jewish food. Episode 58 March 19, 2013 Yiddish Book Center Amherst, Massachusetts Topics: The Gefilteria, Jeffrery Yoskowitz, kvass, Jewish food, Passover
Tori Avey visits with us to talk about Jewish food and to share tips on making the perfect latke. A convert to Judaism, Tori is a "culinary anthropologist" and author of the award-winning "The Shiksa in the Kitchen", a food blog about Jewish cuisine. Episode 50 December 11, 2012 Yiddish Book Center Amherst, Massachusetts Topics: Tori Avey, Jewish food, The Shiksa in the Kitchen, Yiddish Book Center
Tori Avey visits with us to talk about Jewish food and to share tips on making the perfect latke. A convert to Judaism, Tori is a "culinary anthropologist" and author of the award-winning "The Shiksa in the Kitchen," a food blog about Jewish cuisine. Episode 50 December 11, 2012 Yiddish Book Center Amherst, Massachusetts Topics: Tori Avey, Latke, Yiddish Book Center, Jewish food, The Shiksa in the Kitchen
Jeff Gabel, founder of the Boston-based Kitchen Kibitz, tells us about his pop-up dinner project, which explores modern takes on Jewish cuisine. Gabel, an alumnus of our Tent: Food NYC, was recently named to Zagat's "30 Under 30" list of "rock stars" redefining Boston's dining industry. Episode 098 April, 2015 Yiddish Book Center Amherst, Massachusetts Topics: Yiddish Book Center, Tune in!, Lisa Newman, Jeff Gabel, Kitchen Kibitz, Jewish food
Tina Wasserman, author of "Entree to Judaism: A Culinary Exploration of the Jewish Diaspora" and "Entree to Judaism for Families: Jewish Cooking and Kitchen Conversations with Children," visits with us to discuss some traditional Hanukkah recipes and the histories behind them. Episode 0108 December 7, 2015 Yiddish Book Center Amherst, Massachusetts Topics: Tune in!, Lisa Newman, Tina Wasserman, Jewish Food, "Entree to Judaism", Hanukkah
A conversation with the Jewish Cowboy from Petaluma, Scott Gerber, who also attended the 2009 Hazon Food Conference. Topics: Hazon, Jewish, cowboy, environment, Food Justice, food, America, Jewish food movement
News Network - Nick Miller, co-editor of the Sacramento News & Review, gives a preview of Tuesday night's city council meeting for this week's News Network. Melanoma & Gamma Knife - Doctors from UC Davis talk about melanoma - the type of cancer former President Jimmy Carter is being treated for. Jewish Food Faire - The upcoming 38th Annual Jewish Food Faire on Aug. 30 will feature dishes and the traditions behind them. Jim Martinez - Jazz pianist Jim Martinez is back on Insight with... Topics: Insight, KXJZ, Capital Public Radio, Sacramento public radio, CSU Sacramento, News Network,...
Fran Saed, longtime resident of New York’s Jewish community, was interviewed by Aaron Lansky on February 25, 2010, at the Yiddish Book Center in Amherst, Massachusetts. Fran discusses her childhood and family connections to the Jewish communities of the Bronx, Brooklyn, Harlem, and the Far Rockaways (Queens) beginning in the 1930s. She provides an account of her two-year attendance at kheyder (Jewish religious school) and her tzedakah (charity) collections for the Tabor Home for Tuberculosis... Topics: Harlem, calf tongue, calf brains, Jewish food, shul, Bronx, Rockaways, kheder, Yiddish, air...